It’s time to think about how the crisp crackle of campfires will soon transition to the crackle of orange and yellow leaves beneath our feet in Wyoming. This means more than the coming of hunting season—it means it is time for fall sports to start for your athlete! Training for these sports often occurs throughout the summer and gears up in August at the start of the school year. What does your athlete need to do to be prepared? Memorial Hospital of Converse County has some answers.
Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries that occur in patients. But how do you know when to be concerned and what to do to take care of yourself? The following are some guidelines from Memorial Hospital of Converse County (MHCC)!
While aging is inevitable, there are so many things you can do to slow the progression so you truly can have more golden years rather than rusty years! Memorial Hospital of Converse County (MHCC) is exploring five ways you can invest in your spine health today.
How easy would it be to adjust our back mechanics when we are simply resting? Memorial Hospital of Converse County (MHCC) has some suggestions for sleep positions to create comfort and improve your back function.
If you are currently experiencing back pain or have experienced it before, then you know just how excruciating and draining it can be. It can quickly take a toll on your life and prevent you from working, caring for family, and enjoying your hobbies. Memorial Hospital of Converse County wants you to restore your routine, so we are providing you with some methods to manage your back pain.
Even if your occupation does not involve lifting or heavy physical labor in the fields of Wyoming, you are still at risk for developing back pain. You might be wondering how to manage and when surgery is necessary for the injury, so Memorial Hospital of Converse County has some explanations.
Memorial Hospital of Converse County (MHCC) is eager to introduce our new provider, Dr. David Ekman, to our community. Dr. Ekman is a podiatrist and expert in foot and ankle surgery.
The Fourth of July is rapidly approaching, which means it is time to sit back and enjoy the spectacular fireworks with your friends and the kiddos. What better place is there to celebrate our country than our historic, beautiful state of Wyoming?
Wyoming summers bring blazing heat, causing us to gravitate toward our state parks, lakes, and pools to cool off. While the water helps us simmer down and create lasting memories, it is essential to know how to keep yourself, your family, and your friends safe. Memorial Hospital of Converse County (MHCC) has the following suggestions to ensure you are prepared!
Snakes are of particular concern in the warmer months in Wyoming, especially the venomous kind. However, prairie rattlesnakes - which are the sole venomous snakes found around this area - are a part of our rural environment in our high plains desert. So, knowing what to do should you encounter a rattling danger noodle could save your life or the life of a loved one. We have the down low on the low down rattlesnake and what you need to know as we get through the warmer months.